General Terms and Conditions
General Terms and Conditions Please Read Carefully
The Terms of Trade govern all orders placed by the customer/applicant/purchaser and apply to and form part of any contract for the supply of goods by Cappuccine Australia Pty Ltd (“the Company”) customer/applicant/purchaser.
Acceptance of Sale:
An official order in writing is required to confirm your order. By placing an official order for a purchase with Cappuccine Australia Pty Ltd indicates that the purchaser agrees to all our terms and conditions of sale as listed below. Please contact us direct if you have any further enquires before
Some items may not be in stock at the time of placing order and waiting times for goods may vary from 1-2 days and up to 6 weeks, depending on the manufacturer’s commitments.
Unless otherwise agreed by the Company in writing, all goods will be supplied on a cash before delivery basis. All equipment/goods remains the property of Cappuccine Australia Pty Ltd until payment has been made in full and all monies have been cleared.
We accept Visa, Mastercard, Cash and Cheques made out to "Cappuccine Australia Pty Ltd". We also accept Electronic Fund Transfers (EFT) or Direct Deposits at an ANZ branch.
All prices quoted are exclusive of General Sales Tax.
1. Deliveries within other intrastate and interstate areas are subject to nominal freight charges which will be quoted at the time of placing your order.
2. The Company is not liable for any claims for non fulfillment or late delivery of goods or for any loss or damaged suffered by the customer arising from delay in delivery or a failure to deliver. The customer shall accept and pay for the goods notwithstanding late delivery.
Orders may be cancelled under the following conditions;
1. The cancellation is received before any goods that are specially ordered begin manufacture. If this is not the case, the purchaser will be responsible to take delivery for the goods and pay in full. If the purchaser should refuse to accept these goods, any deposits or monies paid will be forfeited by the purchaser, as there is no return on custom made goods.
2. Cancellation cannot occur on the day that goods are sent or already collected by the carrier. This is insufficient cancellation notice and the purchaser will be liable to take the goods. A cancellation fee will apply being a minimum of 25% of the purchase price for any goods incorrectly ordered with the additional transport costs incurred. Client will be issued a credit note of the balance of monies paid.
Return of Goods:
Goods being returned for credit must be arranged with Cappuccine Australia and is at the expense of the customer to return to the nominated address as instructed by Cappuccine Australia. All returned goods are subject to a 25% restocking fee, and will only be accepted if returned in original condition with packaging, warranty cards and instruction manuals.
This may not be returned for credit.
Notify Cappuccine Australia immediately should you receive any equipment which is faulty or damaged in any way. Please phone, fax or email listing your contact name, address, phone and invoice number.
Commercial catering equipment sold by Cappuccine Australia Pty Ltd are brands of superior quality products, backed by genuine manufacturer/distributor’s service warranties and after-sale support. Details will be included with your product. If your product is faulty within the warranty period please contact the manufacturer's customer care line as provided with your product.
Cappuccine Australia Pty Ltd will pass on to the purchaser any warranties given by the manufacturer in relation to a particular item. Cappuccine Australia Pty Ltd liability to purchasers will be limited to the applicable warranty terms as set out by the manufacturer's. Not all warranties are on-site. Smaller items have a back-to-base repair warranty with the purchaser to pay for any freight charges. Please read carefully when purchasing items. Further enquires should be directed to Cappuccine Australia on 02- 833 88388 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Warranty DOES NOT COVER ANY PERISHABLE PRODUCTS lost due to the fault of any item sold by Cappuccine Australia Pty Ltd . If an item is out of warranty then the customer is liable to pay any further charges incurred after the date of expiration. Warranty can be voided if customers tamper, alter or have another 3rd party repair any faults that may occur during the period of warranty without prior written approval from the manufacturer. This being the case, the customer will be fully responsible for the item once the warranty is voided.
Insurance for goods in transit is not included in the purchase price. If insurance is required please notify Cappucccine Australia before shipping so that a quotation may be arranged.
Website Terms and Conditions
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PGP has been the de facto standard for encrypting e-mail messages and desktop files ever since its introduction to the 'net in 1993. The client itself is based on an encryption technology known as public key cryptography which uses pairs of "keys" to maintain the security of data. These keys are the digital codes that allow you to encrypt and decrypt the data contained in your messages and files. PGP creates a pair of keys for each user known as a public key and a private key. These two keys work together and represent the core technology behind the two major areas of protection that PGP focuses on — privacy and authenticity. Compliant standards: DSS, MD5, RSA, CAST, IDEA, SHA-1, AES-256, Twofish, RIPEMD-160, Triple DES, Diffie-Hellman.
Always make sure that the "https:// ... " as well as the padlock symbols are displayed on your web browser when making secure payments.
Website Terms and Conditions
This web site and its contents ("Web Site") is owned by Cappuccine Australia Pty Ltd ABN 49085483352 of 11/620 Botany Rd, Alexandria, NSW 2015 Australia. ("Cappuccine Australia")The use of this Site is governed by the following terms and conditions, as amended from time to time (the "Terms and Conditions").
Intellectual property and restrictions on use of content
The Web Site is subject to copyright under Australian law. Unless otherwise indicated, the copyright is owned by Cappuccine Australia, which reserves all rights. You must not copy, communicate to the public, adapt, transfer, distribute or store any of the contents of the Web Site, or incorporate any part of the Web Site into another web site without Cappuccine Australia written consent.
The Web Site also includes registered and unregistered trademarks. All trademarks displayed on the Web Site are trademarks of their respective owners. Your access to or use of this Web Site does not constitute or create a license or any other right to use the name, trademarks, copyrights or any other intellectual property of Cappuccine Australia or any other party contained on the Web Site.
Links to Third Party Sites and Third Party Advertisements
Cappuccine Australia assumes no responsibility and accepts no liability for the condition or content of third party web sites which may be linked to or accessed from the web site. Cappuccine Australia does not authorize or endorse the content of those third party web sites.
The placement of third party advertisements on this Web Site does not necessarily constitute the recommendation or endorsement of Cappuccine Australia for such goods or services. The third party advertiser is solely responsible to you for any representations or offers made by it, and for any goods or services which you agree to purchase from those third parties.
Disclaimer and Limitation of Liability
The Web Site and its entire contents are provided on an "as is" basis. Cappuccine Australia does not make any representation or warranty (either express or implied) as to the completeness, accuracy, reliability or availability of the Web Site or its contents.
You should be aware that information current to a particular time or date as placed on the Web Site does not mean that more recent information of the relevant type does not exist, or is not available through other means, or that circumstances have not changed, such that the information does not reflect the state of affairs at any subsequent time. Further, delays may occur before particular information on this Web Site is updated.
Cappuccine Australia and its officers, employees, agents, contractors or agents shall not be liable for any loss, damage, claim, expense, cost (including legal costs) or liability arising from your use or non use of the Web Site, or your reliance upon information contained upon it (whether arising from Cappuccine Australia's negligence or otherwise). To the fullest extent permitted by law, Cappuccine Australia's liability for any breach of any term, condition, representation or warranty is limited to the supplying of the relevant good or services again, at Cappuccine Australia's discretion.
Revision of Website
Cappuccine Australia reserves the right to revise the content of, amend links from, or withdraw access to the Web Site at any time without notice.
Products offered for Sale on the Web Site
Certain parts of the Web Site may make available products for purchase by you. While Cappuccine Australia will attempt to ensure the availability of all products advertised for sale on the Web Site, it does not guarantee that all products will be available at all times. Cappuccine Australia specifically retains the right, at any time and without notice, to remove, alter or add products and/or vary the prices for those products, without any liability to you.
Orders places for products listed on the Web Site must only be placed in accordance with the instructions and procedures specified on the Web Site and these Terms and Conditions. The products offered for sale of the Web Site are only available to persons located in Australia and who are capable of entering into legally binding contracts. An order placed on the Web Site is an offer to purchase the particular product for the price specified on the Web Site at the time at which the order is placed. Cappuccine Australia may accept or reject that offer for any reason and no contract will arise until after Cappuccine Australia has advised you that it has accepted the order. An order, once sent, cannot be withdrawn or amended unless Cappuccine Australia specifically agrees.
You must pay for all products ordered by you through the Web Site in the manner specified on the Web Site. Cappuccine Australia will retain title to the products ordered by you until payment in full has been received from you for those products. Products ordered from the Web Site will be delivered in the manner specified on the Web Site. However, the delivery times given on the Web Site are indicative only, and the Cappuccine Australia will not be liable for any failure to achieve them. Risk in the products will pass to you on dispatch from Cappuccine Australia t or its distribution centre.
Competitions and Promotions
Certain parts of the Web Site may contain competitions or promotions from Cappuccine Australia or third parties. The terms and conditions for those competitions and promotions will be specified on the relevant part of the Web Site from time to time. By entering or participating in the relevant competition or promotion you agree to be bound by the relevant terms and conditions.
Notwithstanding any specific terms and conditions, Cappuccine Australia specifically retains the right, at any time and without notice, to remove, alter or add to competitions or promotions on the Web Site without any liability to you.
All competitions and promotions are only open to persons located in Australia and prizes will not be awarded to people who do not meet this requirement at the time of entry.